Welcome to Castleton Historical Society’s website
CHS TALKS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
CHS hope to reschedule the cancelled talks at a later date. Please watch this space for more news. In the meantime, you have the opportunity to revisit two earlier talks given in November 2018 & September 2019. See the links below.
The ‘Boot and Shoemakers’ Strike in Eyam and Stoney Middleton 1918 -1920’ by Steve Bond.
Link for the exhibition of accompanying photographs.
‘The Air of Freedom: a story of hard times and striking boot and shoemakers in Eyam and Stoney Middleton 1918-1920’ by Steve Bond and Philip Taylor is available price £6. Contact Val Burgess to order a copy email@example.com.
The Derbyshire village of Castleton developed as a settlement in the 12th century when the Norman fortress of Peveril Castle was built there. It lies in the Peak District National Park, the oldest National Park in the UK. Castleton Historical Society was founded in 1973 as a voluntary group with the aim of researching and promoting the history of the Village through a programme of events, displays and talks. This website provides information about our meetings, research activities, publications, events and The Castleton Museum for which CHS is responsible. New members are always welcome.
The Castleton Museum is an accredited museum housed at Castleton Visitor Centre, Buxton Rd. The Centre is a joint partnership between The Peak District National Park Authority and CHS and has just been re-opened after a major refurbishment. The Museum has also been redesigned with a new layout, displays and a wall size screen for digital presentations.
You can find the Visitor Centre here Castleton Visitor Centre
Visit the CHS Blog for our latest news, including the Castleton Dig Diary.